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Breaking: Drake Remembers Sidhu Moose Wala During Canada Concert, Plays ‘Levels’ & Brings Out Travis Scott

Hip-hop superstar Drake, oftentimes referred to as Champagne Papi or The Boy, remembered “his brother” Sidhu Moose Wala during the Canadian leg of his “It’s All A Blur” tour.

Performing a sold-out show in Vancouver, Canada, the legendary Toronto-born rapper paid a hard-hitting tribute to Moosa by playing the slain rapper’s iconic rap record “Never Fold”.

This is the 5th time that Drake has remembered Moose Wala ever since his controversial murder in Mansa, Punjab last year.

While the OVO bossman, who continues to perform across the U.S. & Canada with London-born rapper 21 Savage, remembered Moosa during his concert in Seattle last week, Drake has paid his tributes to the Punjabi emcee at least three more times in the past.

In June, the “Wait For U” rapper remembered his conversations with Moosa and said that he “has a lot of love for him” during a Stake Livestream.

“I used to speak to him. Unfortunately, I never got the chance to meet him in person but we talked a lot… he was a great guy,” Drake said at the time.

Further, Champagne Papi paid his tributes to the late rapper in November. The “Search & Rescue” emcee debuted Moose Wala’s massive Punjabi rap records from the “Moosetape” LP – “295” and “G-shit” on “Table for One” radio show aired via SiriusXM Radio’s Sound42 channel.

Besides remembering Sidhu, Drake further brought out Houston’s legendary emcee Travis Scott. Reportedly, 21 Savage couldn’t be a part of Drake’s massive live set in Vancouver allegedly because of ongoing immigration issues. Reportedly, the “Her Loss” rapper was arrested by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in 2019.

During his brief stop at Rogers Arena, La Flame debuted his flagrant rap record “Meltdown” featuring Drake. Through the Coleman, BNYX, Boi-1da, Vinylz and Tay Keith-produced record, which originally appears on Scott’s most recent LP “Utopia”, Champagne takes ruthless jabs at Pusha T, Pharrell Williams and his current partnership with Louis Vuitton as its Menswear Creative Director.

“I melt down the chains that I bought from yo boss/ Give a fuck about all of that heritage s***/ Since V not around, the members done hung up the Louis/ They not even wearing that s***,” The Boy raps.

In fact, Drake’s alleged diss against Pusha T caught heat online as a disturbing clip of “Drake’s Mob” attacking King Push surfaced online.

Besides “Meltdown”, OVO Unruly and La Flame joined forces for their 2018 hit single “Sicko Mode,” while Scott also performed “FE!N”.

Check out Travis Scott’s evocative performance during Drake’s “It’s All A Blur” tour stop in Vancouver via X, formerly Twitter.

On the music side of things, Drake revealed the artwork of his forthcoming studio album “For All The Dogs”. Drawn by his 5-year-old son Adonis, the artwork arrives amidst high anticipation for his 8th studio album.

Earlier this July, at least two rap records from Drake’s forthcoming album leaked online.

The tracks, titled “Tried Our Best” and “I’m the Problem”, surfaced online alongside a bunch of unreleased rap records by The Boy including two “Lose You” demos, “416” featuring Big Sean, “Yves Slatt Laurent” and “Calling My Name (Original Version)”.

Look out for the “For All The Dogs” LP by Drake this year.

Stream Her Loss’ by Drake & 21 Savage via Spotify.